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What screen size you using? (pixels)  

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  1. 1. What screen size you using? (pixels)

    • 1280x1024
      5
    • 1152x864
      1
    • 1024x768
      18
    • 800x600
      1
    • 640x480
      0
    • other (post)
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ive got a Gateway EV700 monitor that's 17" (i think) and i run at 1024x768 but my brother runs at 800x600 so i constantly have to switch back since xp cant just save which screen resolution we both use as separate settings...

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I use an CRT, Samsung SyncMaster 957p 19" @ 1024x768

VanBuren :)

Nice to see the old school still in use; exact same setup here ~!  ;) ;)

Awesome clarity on these samsungs; size is an issue of course, damn thing must be 36" deep at least  :shock:

-JxL

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Nice to see the old school still in use; exact same setup here ~!  ;) ;)

Awesome clarity on these samsungs; size is an issue of course, damn thing must be 36" deep at least  :shock:

-JxL

yea its old and deep  :haha: But i still like it alot, its great for gaming, 144 Hz Refreshrate at 800x600  :D

I bought this in -01 so its time to upgrade soon, ill think i go for another samsung but TFT like this one with only 8ms responsetime

http://www.datorbutiken.com/se/default.php?artId=SAM913NSI

VanBuren :)

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Well, seeing as how everyone else is being so specific...

17" KDS Visula Sensations eView 17p

17" Dell monitor (no model that I could see)

both 32 bit color, 1024x768 @ 85Hz

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php I have Everest software that identifies my monitor model # & more.My model also shows in device manager just not as detailed.Below is the information from Everest.

Field Value

Monitor Properties

Monitor Name IBM 6332 E74

Monitor ID IBM18BC

Model IBM E74

Monitor Type 17" CRT

Manufacture Date Week 27 / 2001

Serial Number 55-GXM86

Max. Visible Display Size 32 cm x 24 cm (15.7")

Picture Aspect Ratio 4:3

Horizontal Frequency 30 - 69 kHz

Vertical Frequency 50 - 120 Hz

Maximum Resolution 1280 x 1024

Gamma 2.26

DPMS Mode Support Active-Off

Supported Video Modes

640 x 480 120 Hz

800 x 600 105 Hz

1024 x 768 85 Hz

1152 x 864 75 Hz

1280 x 1024 60 Hz

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I reinstalled Everest and this is what it told me...

Monitor Name Sampo AlphaScan 718

Monitor ID STC02CE

Model eView17p

Manufacture Date 2001

Serial Number 000001

Max. Visible Display Size 32 cm x 24 cm (15.7")

Picture Aspect Ratio 4:3

Horizontal Frequency 30 - 72 kHz

Vertical Frequency 50 - 160 Hz

Maximum Resolution 1280 x 1024

Gamma 2.64

DPMS Mode Support Standby, Suspend, Active-Off

Supported Video Modes

640 x 480 140 Hz

800 x 600 110 Hz

1024 x 768 85 Hz

1152 x 864 75 Hz

1280 x 1024 65 Hz

Monitor Name Dell E773c

Monitor ID DELD005

Model DELL E773c

Monitor Type 17" CRT

Manufacture Date Week 38 / 2004

Serial Number 6418049C0586

Max. Visible Display Size 32 cm x 24 cm (15.7")

Picture Aspect Ratio 4:3

Horizontal Frequency 30 - 70 kHz

Vertical Frequency 50 - 160 Hz

Maximum Resolution 1280 x 1024

Gamma 2.20

DPMS Mode Support Active-Off

Supported Video Modes

640 x 480 135 Hz

800 x 600 110 Hz

1024 x 768 85 Hz

1152 x 864 75 Hz

1280 x 1024 65 Hz

Monitor Manufacturer

Company Name Dell Computer Corporation

Product Information http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/category.asp?customer_id=19&category_id=4009

Driver Download http://support.dell.com

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